IDEA CAMPUS

On DAY 2 (7 September, 2:00-4:00 pm AND 4:30-7:00 pm) and DAY 3 (8 September, 9:30-11:00 am AND 11:30 am -1:00 pm) all conference guests are invited to participate in the IDEA CAMPUS. The festival-like programme offers a great variety of parallel sessions at the open and creative grounds of Friche La Belle de Mai. The IDEA CAMPUS reflects the diversity of the NECE community and its partners as well as the complexity of the conference topic. Citizenship education faces a wide range of hurdles these days, therefore this year’s conference tries to identify not one red thread but three key challenges: “illiberal democracies”, “digitisation” and “emotions and politics”. For more details on the key challenges, please also have a look at the Mission Statement. The IDEA CAMPUS programme reflects this trisection: Sessions focusing on “illiberal democracies” are coloured red in the overview, those focused on “digitisation” are coloured orange and those dealing with “emotions and politics” are tainted blue. Sessions focusing on methods and other topics appear green in the overview.

Topics and ideas were chosen from the open “Call for projects and papers”, from the NECE Partners’ and Advisory Board’s projects, and from other organisations working in the field of citizenship education.

The IDEA CAMPUS is composed of the following recurring formats:

  • LECTURE: introductory talk by an expert followed by questions and answers.
  • ROUND TABLE: statements from different perspectives, followed by a moderated discussion among the panellists and with the audience.
  • FUTURE LAB: an open pool of ideas and projects, where creative minds and practitioners of citizenship education meet and discuss to generate impulses for a sustainable citizenship education.
  • TRAINING: exemplary practicing of methods on relevant topics.
  • WORKSHOP: meeting point for theory and practice of citizenship education where participants are able to creatively work on a certain topic in small groups.
  • FIELD TRIP: guests visit local organisations and discuss impulses for citizenship education based on the Marseille experience in small groups.
  • EXPERTS CONSULTATION: workshop focusing on the relevance of European programmes for citizenship education, discussion in a world café format.

Please note: The spots for each session are limited. Therefore prior registration is necessary. This can be done during the general registration process at the venue (6 September 2018, 2:00 – 4:30 pm).

07 Sep 2018

08 Sep 2018

Grand Plateau Les Grandes Tables Mezzanine Petirama 1 Petirama 2 Petit Plateau Salle Seita Salle d'Accueil Salle de Réunion off-site
14:00 - 14:15 LECTURE: Lobbying for Change
  • Alberto Alemanno
FUTURE LAB: Deep vs Shallow Democracy
  • Alicja Pacewicz
FUTURE LAB: Urban Heritage and European Plurality – The Beit Project
  • David Stoleru
WORKSHOP: How are we teaching Citizenship? – Inclusion of disadvantaged groups: reality or token?
  • Adam Newman Turner
  • Alistair Ross
  • Irina Ilisei
  • Irina Bondarevskaya
  • Khalid Mahmood
ROUND TABLE: Desperately seeking… A future for solidarity in Europe
  • Caroline Hornstein Tomić
  • Jarosław Kuisz
  • István Hegedűs
  • Jacek Kołtan
LECTURE: What do European Teenagers fear? – Lessons from the ICCS Study
  • Ellen Claes
  • Hermann J. Abs
FUTURE LAB: Digitisation
WORKSHOP: Keeping Europeans together – The EU Cohesion Monitor
  • Christoph Klavehn
  • Almut Möller
FIELD TRIPS: Discover Marseille with its local organisations and citizens' initiatives!
14:15 - 14:30
14:30 - 14:45
14:45 - 15:00 WORKSHOP: Taking Care of the "Transnational" in Civic and Citizenship Education
  • Ellen Claes
  • Hermann J. Abs
15:00 - 15:15 WORKSHOP: Lobbying for Change – Citizens’ Advocacy in the European Union
  • Alberto Alemanno
WORKSHOP: Start the Change
  • Eli Pijaca Plavšić
  • Višnja Pavlović
15:15 - 15:30
15:30 - 15:45
15:45 - 16:00
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16:15 - 16:30
16:30 - 16:45 LECTURE: Political polarization in Catalonia and Spain – A case study
  • Fernando Vallespín
WORKSHOP: Brexit Café
FUTURE LAB: Democracy
NECE FOCUS GROUP: Parliaments & Citizenship Education
  • Tatjana Meijvogel-Volk
  • Eddy Habben Jansen
WORKSHOP: Where now for Citizenship Education in the Digital Age?
WORKSHOP: Raconte-moi ton Histoire
  • Hélène Bourgon
WORKSHOP: La formation des citoyens à l’école?
NECE FOCUS GROUP: Competences for Democratic Culture (RFCDC)
  • Claudia Lenz
WORKSHOP: The EU at the Crossroads - Facing the EU Elections 2019
  • Alexandrina Najmowicz
  • Sugárka Sielaff
  • Judith Fiebelkorn
  • Nina Henkelmann
  • Marianna Karakoulaki
16:45 - 17:00
17:00 - 17:15
17:15 - 17:30
17:30 - 17:45 WORKSHOP: Tools for Citizens
  • Marischa Weiser
17:45 - 18:00
18:00 - 18:15
18:15 - 18:30
18:30 - 18:45

Grand Plateau Les Grandes Tables Mezzanine Petirama 1 Petirama 2 Petit Plateau Salle Seita Salle d'Accueil Salle de Réunion off-site
09:30 - 09:45 EXPERTS’ CONSULTATION: Citizenship Education & EU funding
  • Maarten de Groot
  • Tatjana Meijvogel-Volk
WORKSHOP: Art4Act
  • Elten Kiene
FUTURE LAB: “Minecraft” for Citizenship Education?
  • Chris Krier
WORKSHOP: ‘Young Arab Voices’ – Promoting Citizenship Programmes in the Mediterranean
  • Nelly Corbel
TRAINING: Brown Eyes Blue Eyes
  • Jürgen Schlicher
  • Sabine Sommer
  • Seyda Buurman-Kutsal
WORKSHOP: (Not) being sober, rational and objective? The Emotions of Democracy
  • Michalis Kakos
09:45 - 10:00
10:00 - 10:15
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10:30 - 10:45
10:45 - 11:00
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11:15 - 11:30
11:30 - 11:45 LECTURE: How to fight Disinformation and Fake News
  • Michal Hvorecky
EXPERTS’ CONSULTATION: Citizenship education & EU funding - continued
  • Maarten de Groot
  • Tatjana Meijvogel-Volk
WORKSHOP: Practical Exercises in embracing Differences and Conflicts
  • Marie Reiter
  • Malina Baranowska- Janusz
FUTURE LAB: Migration
WORKSHOP: If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together - Contact NECE'S Eastern, African and Arab Sisters
TRAINING: Brown Eyes Blue Eyes - continued
  • Jürgen Schlicher
  • Sabine Sommer
  • Seyda Buurman-Kutsal
WORKSHOP: Teaching the EU – New Methods and Perspectives before the EU Elections 2019
  • Niels Dekker
11:45 - 12:00
12:00 - 12:15
12:15 - 12:30
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12:45 - 13:00
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